In an exclusive CNN interview scheduled to air on Sunday, SONY CEO Michael Lynton tells Fareed Zakaria that his company did not cave in the wake of a recent information hack allegedly masterminded by North Korea.
With John Berman filling in for Anderson Cooper, on Friday evening "AC360" aired a preview of Zakaria's face to face conversation with Lynton, including a selection in which the CEO insisted SONY had "absolutely sufficient cybersecurity."
For highlights from Friday's program you can watch the above video, and to see Zakaria's full interview with Lynton, be certain to catch "Fareed Zakaria GPS" at 10 am or 1 pm on Sunday.
Why would American Jeffrey Fowle intentionally leave a Bible in a North Korean nightclub?
Back on U.S. soil after having been detained for five months, and talking about his experiences for the first time, Fowle answers that question, and others, for Randi Kaye.
Watch the above video for Fowle and Kaye's full conversation, including the portion in which he reads from the emotional letters he wrote to his family while he was kept away for nearly half a year.
Kim Jong Un has not been seen in public for more than a month. The world was watching as he skipped a major event yesterday honoring his father and grandfather. Anderson looks at just how deep this mystery goes.
GQ Magazine's Mitch Moxley was just in North Korea as the only western journalist credentialed to cover the country's film festival. Anderson asked him whether the North Korean public realizes something is amiss.
24-year-old Matthew Miller is the youngest of the three Americans being held in North Korea and allowed to speak to CNN yesterday. He was arrested last April for what North Korean authorities describe as "rash behavior." The circumstances surrounding Miller's arrest remain murky, but he is accused of tearing up his tourist visa and seeking asylum. Kyung Lah is in Miller's hometown of Bakersfield, California and found few people are willing to talk about the situation.
Former Ambassador Bill Richardson has negotiated with the North Koreans several times. He tells Anderson that this interview with the three Americans is likely a sign that Kim Jong Un's regime is ready to deal.
In the last 24 hours, CNN was given access to three Americans being detained in North Korea. CNN's Will Ripley and his team were not told who they were going to interview when they were suddenly driven into Pyongyang. When they arrived, Will was given the opportunity to sit down with detained Americans Kenneth Bae, Matthew Miller and Jeffrey Fowle.
Terri Chung is Kenneth Bae's sister. He has been held by the North Koreans for nearly two years. She told Anderson that he doesn't look like himself, he has lost a ton of weight and he's clearly under a lot of strain.
A United Nation's report released today is offering a horrifying new picture of the conditions inside North Korea. It details a long list of abuses including murder, torture, slavery, sexual violence and mass starvation. The U.N. Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in North Korea even sent Kim Jong Un a letter warning that he could face prosecution for crimes against humanity. Paula Hancocks has the latest.
Dennis Rodman is facing a flood of criticism following his latest trip to North Korea. But what did the basketball players who accompanied him know about the trip, including who was paying for it? Charles Smith just returned from North Korea and spoke to Anderson about his experience.
Laura Ling was imprisoned in North Korea for 140 days in 2009. She joins the AC360 Later panel to discuss American prisoner Kenneth Bae and the inflammatory comments of NBA star Dennis Rodman.
AC360 Exclusive: Terri Chung was “shocked and outraged” when she heard Dennis Rodman accuse her brother of unspecified offenses in North Korea. Chung recently spoke to her brother, Kenneth Bae, who has been imprisoned there for over a year and confirms that he’s ill and still being held in the hospital.
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